Episode 332: Point Break

In the heat of the summer, we all wish that we could just drop what we’re doing and head to the beach. Unlike Bodhi and his gang, though, we probably can’t just casually rob 27 banks in 3 years to fund a year-round lifestyle of chasing the waves. We finally get around to a discussion about one of our seasonal favorites and also do quite a bit of comparing to the franchise-starting film of a beloved series to us. We also play a bit of a game at the end to determine what theme of films we’ll be covering the next month or so. Enjoy!

* Note – full spoilers in effect for entire episode *

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Episode 184: Varsity Blues

This week we enlist the help of listener J.B. Huffman to celebrate the start of football season by discussing one of our favorite movies featuring the sport, and our first of two episodes on films that adapted Buzz Bissinger’s best-selling book “Friday Night Lights.” There’s a lot more than just teenage antics going on in this film, and much of what it calls out about Texas HS football culture was ahead of its time. 

Varsity Blues Review – 0:03:14

Connecting Point – 1:24:13

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Episode 105: Warrior

We square off in the octagon (aka Google Hangout) this week to talk Gavin O’Connor’s incredibly powerful fight film, Warrior. Its story of brothers chasing the same goal for very different reasons is told with an emotional depth that makes it stand out among similar films and evokes a powerful response from us both.

What We’ve Been Up To – 0:01:29

(Aaron – Michael Mann and anime fever)
(Patrick – Jiro Dreams of Sushi)

Warrior Review – 0:20:22

The Connecting Point – 1:09:30


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